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昨日のスプリング #バックカントリー ツアーからのムービーです。
#乗鞍岳 ゴールデンルートご案内〜。良い天気、走るザラメ。最高でした。

Great spring #backcountry day at #mtnorikura .

#northstar #norikura #snowboard #スノボ #スノーボード #ノーススター
雷鳥=Raicho  ニホンライチョウ
(Lagopus muta japonica / snow grouse / ptarmigan)
​Designated as one of Japan’s Special Natural Monument, this resident bird living in high mountains do not change their habitat regardless of season. 6 genus 17 species of birds of this family are found in the world, and the genus Lagopus that Raicho belongs to are known to be most adapted to cold climate. Their habitats range widely throughout the Eurasian and North American Continent. Japan is the southern limit of the habitat of Lagopus, where its subspecies Raicho lives only in limited areas including the Kubiki Mountains, the Northern Alps, Mt. Norikura, Mt. Ontake, and the Southern Alps.
​Of the above mentioned habitats in Japan, the population in the Mt. Norikura Area lying between Matsumoto City, Nagano, and Takayama City, Gifu, are said to be relatively large and stable. On the whole, however, the population of Raicho in Japan, which is said to have been over 3,000 in 1984, is in decline. The latest research estimates current population to be less than 2,000; the primary factors considered to be 1) expanding habitat range of fox and crow, natural enemies for Raicho, 2) pollution, 3) shrinking habitats due to human activity, and 4) increase of deer, affecting the flora of Raicho habitats. Decrease in population being prominent, the bird was designated Endangered Species in Japan Ministry of Environment Red List in 2012. Continuous actions based on Raicho Conservation & Breeding Program has ever since been taken, and the population in Mt. Norikura is currently under close monitoring. 
Origin of Name “Raicho”
​Records of the bird being called Raicho, or literally, Bird of Thunder, date back to early 13th century. There are several hypothesis regarding the origin of the name: One being the bird regarded as the charm against lightning and fire. Another states that the bird is called so because they are more active in thunderstorms and bad weather to avoid enemies. In the view of ancient mountain worship in Japan, mountains were the place where gods resided, and the Raicho was regarded as messengers from god.
雷鳥=Raicho ニホンライチョウ (Lagopus muta japonica / snow grouse / ptarmigan) ​Designated as one of Japan’s Special Natural Monument, this resident bird living in high mountains do not change their habitat regardless of season. 6 genus 17 species of birds of this family are found in the world, and the genus Lagopus that Raicho belongs to are known to be most adapted to cold climate. Their habitats range widely throughout the Eurasian and North American Continent. Japan is the southern limit of the habitat of Lagopus, where its subspecies Raicho lives only in limited areas including the Kubiki Mountains, the Northern Alps, Mt. Norikura, Mt. Ontake, and the Southern Alps. ​Of the above mentioned habitats in Japan, the population in the Mt. Norikura Area lying between Matsumoto City, Nagano, and Takayama City, Gifu, are said to be relatively large and stable. On the whole, however, the population of Raicho in Japan, which is said to have been over 3,000 in 1984, is in decline. The latest research estimates current population to be less than 2,000; the primary factors considered to be 1) expanding habitat range of fox and crow, natural enemies for Raicho, 2) pollution, 3) shrinking habitats due to human activity, and 4) increase of deer, affecting the flora of Raicho habitats. Decrease in population being prominent, the bird was designated Endangered Species in Japan Ministry of Environment Red List in 2012. Continuous actions based on Raicho Conservation & Breeding Program has ever since been taken, and the population in Mt. Norikura is currently under close monitoring. Origin of Name “Raicho” ​Records of the bird being called Raicho, or literally, Bird of Thunder, date back to early 13th century. There are several hypothesis regarding the origin of the name: One being the bird regarded as the charm against lightning and fire. Another states that the bird is called so because they are more active in thunderstorms and bad weather to avoid enemies. In the view of ancient mountain worship in Japan, mountains were the place where gods resided, and the Raicho was regarded as messengers from god.
ギャラリー再構成します🖼
百名山登山 2016年10月12日🍂『乗鞍岳』弾丸日帰り紀行🚗💨
日本で9番目に高い標高だけど百名山初心者でも比較的容易に登頂できるオススメの山🏔
路線バス標高日本一の畳平バスターミナルへは一般車乗入れ禁止のため乗鞍観光センターからアルピコ交通のシャトルバスで行く🚌
1000m以上の標高差をノンストップで登るためバス内で登山病にかかる場合もあるのでご用心😅
#長野 
#カコソラ 
#ダレカニミセタイソラ 
#ドライブ 
#レガシィ 
#B4 
#百名山 
#乗鞍岳 
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#ファインダー越しの私の世界 
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#風景 
#日本の絶景 
#パワースポット 
#東京カメラ部 
#instatravel 
#Instagramjapan 
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#nipponpic 
#japan_hirogaridoumei 
#広がり同盟 
#photo_life_best 
#wu_japan 
#lovers_nippon 
#icu_japan 
#locarea_japan 
#team_jp 
#jp_gallery 
#tokyocameraclub
ギャラリー再構成します🖼 百名山登山 2016年10月12日🍂『乗鞍岳』弾丸日帰り紀行🚗💨 日本で9番目に高い標高だけど百名山初心者でも比較的容易に登頂できるオススメの山🏔 路線バス標高日本一の畳平バスターミナルへは一般車乗入れ禁止のため乗鞍観光センターからアルピコ交通のシャトルバスで行く🚌 1000m以上の標高差をノンストップで登るためバス内で登山病にかかる場合もあるのでご用心😅 #長野  #カコソラ  #ダレカニミセタイソラ  #ドライブ  #レガシィ  #B4  #百名山  #乗鞍岳  #登山  #ファインダー越しの私の世界  #写真好きな人と繋がりたい  #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい  #風景  #日本の絶景  #パワースポット  #東京カメラ部  #instatravel  #Instagramjapan  #japan_of_insta  #nipponpic  #japan_hirogaridoumei  #広がり同盟  #photo_life_best  #wu_japan  #lovers_nippon  #icu_japan  #locarea_japan  #team_jp  #jp_gallery  #tokyocameraclub 
なんも見えなかった 残念無念
なんも見えなかった 残念無念
予定していなかったけれど月曜倶楽部の部長からのお誘いで今日も乗鞍岳。
土曜とは違い気持ちの好いスキーに。
一緒したお初BCのボーダー君も満足。

#長野 #スキー
予定していなかったけれど月曜倶楽部の部長からのお誘いで今日も乗鞍岳。 土曜とは違い気持ちの好いスキーに。 一緒したお初BCのボーダー君も満足。 #長野  #スキー 
二週間ぶりの乗鞍岳だったのだが…。
致命的な忘れ物をして稜線手前でひとり敗退に。
僅かひと滑りだったけれどスキーは良く走って快適だったのが救い。
山頂を目指した皆んな、風が有って寒かったけれど楽しめたただろうか?

#長野 #スキー
二週間ぶりの乗鞍岳だったのだが…。 致命的な忘れ物をして稜線手前でひとり敗退に。 僅かひと滑りだったけれどスキーは良く走って快適だったのが救い。 山頂を目指した皆んな、風が有って寒かったけれど楽しめたただろうか? #長野  #スキー 
今年も好いお天気に恵まれた乗鞍岳。
楽しい一日に。

#長野 #スキー
今年も好いお天気に恵まれた乗鞍岳。 楽しい一日に。 #長野  #スキー